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‘Final Fantasy XV’ The E3 Demo was Okay, but Not Great

‘Final Fantasy XV’ The E3 Demo was Okay, but not Great

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Jay Snook got to play a demo of Final Fantasy XV at E3 this year and found the demo a tad confusing

Final Fantasy is one of those games that people either love or they don’t. There have been a ton of Final Fantasy games over the years. This year at E3 they had a playable demo of Final Fantasy XV. Jay Snook was able to try it out and here is what he thought of the newest Final Fantasy game.

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You can read the back story for Final Fantasy XV below:

When you’ve spent your entire life looking out at the serrated city skyline, it’s easy to lose yourself in the sprawling Duscaen landscape. The prince and his retinue were halfway to Cauthess when their daydreams came to a sudden, screeching halt—the Regalia’s last gasp before giving out to the unpaved backroads.

Now they were truly lost in the landscape: broken down by the side of the road with the Disc well out of walking distance. The Archaean, Titan, would have to wait. He’d been dormant for ages anyway. The first order of business was getting back on four wheels.

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Final Fantasy XV brings Duscae to life thanks to platform technology, bringing fast paced action against breathtaking backdrops under a sky that changes in real-time. There is also open world exploration which allows Noctis and his allies over the plains, through the woods, into the dungeons and around outposts of Duscae allowing players to roam freely about this expansive region. Final Fantasy XV is also the first flagship title to give players direct control over combat in real-time that results in an exhilarating action RPG experience. Final Fantasy XV also promises engaging quests that bring adventures big and small that await fans in Duscae.

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I had fun playing the Final Fantasy XV demo at E3 yet I didn’t really understand what the game was about while playing it. The demo had players fighting a huge boss that looked cool but wasn’t too hard to stop. The graphics are absolutely amazing that bring exquisite detail to everything around you. People who enjoyed the previous Final Fantasy games may want to play this one. Learn more about Final Fantasy XV on this website.

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Those who liked the recent Final Fantasy games will want to play Final Fantasy XV. Final Fantasy XV will be for the Playstation 4 and Xbox One. Final Fantasy XV will be released on September 30, 2016. You can follow Final Fantasy XV on Facebook and on Twitter.

Check out this action packed Final Fantasy XV trailer from E3 2016 here:

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About Jay Snook

I am 33 years old and a fan of Cowboy Bebop, Inuyasha, Kiki's Delivery Service and a few other Animes. I also enjoy video games, movies and all things Disney.

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